主 题：Cities as Data Producers, Stewards and Users: Outlining a Strategic Agenda（《城市作为数据的生产者、维护者和用户战略纲要概述》）
主讲嘉宾：Theresa A. Pardo（特蕾莎·帕尔多）
Soon, the cities of the world will be home, for the first time in human history, to more than 50% of the world’s population. City governments are facing unique pressures from all quarters, externally from those who live and work there, internally from those running city programs and services, and by leaders who must navigate the fine line between politics and governing. In a 21st century city, data is a critical asset in both exerting and responding to such pressure. This presentation will focus on the challenges facing cities as they seek create new public value through innovative uses of data and outline a set of best practice strategies for overcoming those challenges.
Theresa A. Pardo serves as director of the Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany. CTG works closely with multi-sector and multi-disciplinary teams from the U.S. and around the world to carry out applied research and problem-solving projects focused on the intersections of policy, management, and technology in the governmental context. Pardo serves as Open New York adviser to New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. She serves as international advisor to the E-Government Committee for the China Information Association and is president of the Digital Government Society. Pardo serves on a number of national and international advisory and editorial boards, including the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV) conference series Advisory Committee, Government Information Quarterly, the U.S. Government Accountability Office Executive Council on Information, Management, and Technology etc.
特蕾莎·帕尔多，现任奥尔巴尼大学政府技术中心 (CTG) 主任、美国纽约州州长安德鲁库莫的公开顾问、中国信息协会电子政务委员会国际高级顾问、数字政府协会主席。帕尔多服务于多个国家及国际咨询和编辑委员会, 其中包括电子治理理论和实践国际会议 (ICEGOV)、政府信息季刊、美国政府问责局信息、管理和技术委员会等。政府技术中心（CTG）作为美国政府与科学研究的中心，与美国及世界各地多部门和多学科团队紧密合作，开展了在政府背景下政策、管理和科技等分支的跨部门应用研究及项目。
编辑：林坤 / 审核：林坤 / 发布者：林坤